Eighteen months have passed since the 2016 Elections. Major domestic and international initiatives are underway in the White House. Regulations are down and the economy is strong. Congress passed historic tax reform. What will it do for an encore?
In six months, Americans will go to the polls to elect a new Congress. What will this mean for the White House and the Nation?
Please join King & Spalding’s Government Advocacy & Public Policy experts as they analyze the last 18 months and offer a preview of what to expect in the future.
- Rep. Mike Andrews
- Gov. Bob Ehrlich
- Rep. Ander Crenshaw
- Amb. Lloyd Hand
- Rep. Dan Lungren
- Rep. Kendrick Meek
- Mayor Tony Williams
- Jim Miller
- Bonnie Byers
- Tom Spulak
- Allison Kassir
- Wintta Woldemariam
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